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Chicago-based cryptocurrency exchange Seed CX, which Bain Capital backed last year, is expanding to Asia. Reported to CoinDesk.
The New York Times, the second-largest newspaper in the U.S. by circulation and a storied institution in American journalism, is getting ready to experiment with blockchain technology for publishing. Reported to CoinDesk.
CU Ledger, a consortium of U.S. credit unions that’s been experimenting with a range of private blockchains, has added one more to the list: IBM’s Hyperledger Fabric solution. Reported to CoinDesk.
U.S. prosecutors in New York have arrested a “top leader” of the OneCoin project, saying it stole “billions” from investors through an alleged pyramid scheme. Reported to CoinDesk.
Coin Center, an organization that promotes and protects the interests of the bitcoin and blockchain industries, warned Starbucks that a coffee shop chain might face difficulties in filing a tax return. This warning was made after the network announced that it would accept bitcoins as payment.
U.S.-based startup VaultTel has launched a tiny cryptocurrency hardware wallet that sits in the SIM tray on mobile phones. Reported to CoinDesk.
“Big Four” consulting firm EY has launched a tool to help cryptocurrency users with their accounting and tax calculations. Reported to CoinDesk.
Starbucks customers will be able to pay with cryptocurrency at the end of 2019. Using the Bakkt platform, digital coins will be instantly converted to Fiat, according to The Block.
A lawmaker from the U.S. state of Utah has introduced a bill that would stop blockchain firms from being classed as money transmitters. Reported to CoinDesk.